“What? What did I do? Was it a riot?”
saturday night liveCold Open of us fox and friends Couch for a jarring postmortem of the midterm elections where the “red wave” didn’t materialize.
After the Democrats successfully retained control of both the House and Senate, Rupert Murdoch-owned Fox News and new york post Immediately turned on the orange savior. Bowen Yang as his co-host Brian Kilmeade said:
Mikey Day’s Steve Doocy continued:
“Greetings from Arizona with an average age and temperature of 95,” Laker Cecily Strong said, calling out with her signature grungy Zoom backdrop that ignited the sketch’s best joke. rice field.
“Hey, my campaign isn’t over yet, even though it looks like I’m in heaven with my camera filters.” Hobbes or Kari Lake, who lives here in Vaseline’s beautiful pool and goes to CVS every day to ask black customers if they work here.”
Of course, James Austin Johnson’s Trump couldn’t resist checking in from Mar-a-Lago, even during his daughter’s wedding. said. But we moved on. I can’t put you on the show anymore. ”
“What? What did I do?” James Austin Johnson asked Trump. “Was it a riot?”
“That’s because you lost. Mr. President. We don’t see a future with you. But we can still be friends,” said Day/Doucy. The three co-hosts bid Trump farewell as he frantically dangles his “big announcement.”
“Awkward!” said Day/Doucy. “But you’re finally free!”